ATHENA : a system to interactively analyze large scale optimization models.
Galatas, Panagiotis Ioannou
Brown, Gerald G.
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The analysis of the solutions of large scale optimization models is very difficult without computer aids because typical outputs may exceed 40,000 lines. A computer system to allow efficient storage and interactive analysis of the solution file was designed and implemented in FORTRAN. This system, called ATHENA, has been initially designed for problems with up to 30,000 rows and columns; tests show the system has fast response time for these large problems. A description of the system, its data structures and commands as well as a user's manual is included.
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